Asia's derivatives markets grew a fifth to overshadow the US and Canada last year
China has relaxed some rules that apply to
non-Chinese firms trading in that country, marking the latest
sign of China opening up to international investors.
The State Administration of Foreign
Exchange has eased some of the original provisions that apply
to foreign exchange transactions used by non-Chinese firms to
underpin their investments into China.
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